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MEMON HIGH SCHOOL ONCE MORE CELEBRATES RECORD BREAKING SUCCESS IN KCSE!
Written by Memon Education Board   
Monday, 03 March 2014 13:57
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ONCE MORE A RECORD BREAKING SUCCESS BY MEMON HIGH SCHOOL, IN KCSE!

Screams and squeals of excitement were heard in Memon Villa, as one by one the KCSE 2013 results for Memon High School, started streaming in.. Around a total of 9 A plain were confirmed by the time the Standard and Nation media reporters added to the joy by announcing that one of our students, Zainab Nurani, was the TOP girl in Mombasa County!

 

 MHS girls celebrating Zainab Nurani's success

 

Excitement continued by students, staff, the Memon Education Board, parents and well wishers as celebrations were in progress with the Media streaming in one after the other, and having interviews with our excelling students. We were honored to have the presence of Mr. AbdulSwamad Shariff Nassir at Memon High School, to contribute to our celebration!

 Mr. Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir with some of our top performers 

  mr. hussein kamal mic of mhs - interview by ktn reporters

The school has achieved third position in the Mombasa County, and 31st in Private Schools’ Category Nationally!! We had a highly improved mean score of 64.785 from 59 points of last year, and an increased Mean grade of a B plain from B-(minus) of last year.

 board members in celebration

Two of our students have secured positions in the top 100 girls’ category Nationally, namely: Zainab Nurani who was 14th and Saadiya Miyanji who was 21st. Zainab Nurani is ranked 71st from the top 100 students Nationally…

 

mr mwangi interviewed by ntv reporters

 

The 9 students who scored A plain are:

ZAINAB MAHMOUD NURANI, UWAYS NURULAIN MITHOOWANI, HASHIM HASSAN SHARIFF, NOORMOHAMED JAFFER HASSANRUWAIDA ABDULWAHEED MOHAMED,SAADIYA A. M. MIYANJI, NAJMA M. HANIF HATHIANI, BRIAN MBUGUA WANJOHIMOHAMED SAID AHMED

 

uways mithoowani one of our a scorers

 

We have over 25 students who have scored A- (minus), which is of course an outstanding performance!

 

 zainab nooranis father being interviewed by the ktn reporters

Heartiest congratulations to the students, parents, staff, the Memon Education Board and the Nasserpuria Memon Jamat, for this record breaking achievement.

More updates to follow as results stream in…

Tune in to the National TV and Radio channels to get the coverage of celebrations at Memon High School.

 

meb members with some of our excelling students 

Experience by Zainab Nurani:

 “I was very nervous today, and did not even attend my classes at College. All of a sudden my phone rang and upon answering it, I was shocked to hear from my teacher, Madam Mbugua that I had managed to score an A (plain).  I was overjoyed and excited to hear the good news.  After a short while I received another call from the school, asking me to come to school immediately since the media reporters were waiting for me and that I was the top girl in Mombasa County!  It was a total shock for me, and I was overwhelmed! My parents, my teachers and staff of Memon High were always encouraging and stood by me.”  

Her advice to our current candidates: “Pray hard, be disciplined, obey your parents, obey your teachers and work hard.  Above all be good to all and never turn your back to your books.”

Zainab Nurani has been a Memon student throughout – since she took her first steps into education by entering N.A.Rahim Nursery, on to Nasserpuria Primary School, and excelling at Memon High School…

 

 

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 03 March 2014 21:35 )
 

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